Salish Lodge and Spa offers 84 guest rooms, all of which come with oversized two-person jetted bathtubs in the bathrooms, balconies or window seats to enjoy the outdoors and a fireplace. The bedrooms boast king-sized or two double featherbeds, fitted with goose down feather bedding, 320 thread-count linens and a variety of pillow options. Many of the rooms also have views out over the Snoqualmie River and workstation bureaus with chairs.
The décor was chosen with relaxation and contemplation in mind, focusing on rich, warm tones and a variety of wood colors. The soft lighting provides guest rooms with a calming ambience, while the variety of nature photographs or historical images hanging on the walls provide unique, boutique touches. Room type varies depending on the view.
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Classic rooms are king-sized only and offer a view of the front of the lodge, while deluxe rooms look out over the grounds and nearby historic buildings. River view rooms, as their name suggests, show off the Snoqualmie River and its surrounding area, including the hydroelectric power plant that has been in use for over a century.
Top of the range are the One Room River Suites, which come with a separate parlor. There’s a pull-out sofa bed, dining room seating for eight, hardwood floors, Bose surround-sound and 50” plasma television in this extra room to provide additional, comfortable living space. The suites’ bedrooms boast a magnificent corner view over the river, the canyon below the Snoqualmie Falls and the hydroelectric power plant.
All rooms can also be booked on the Spa Level, the fourth floor of the lodge. A stay in any of the Spa Level rooms include a Salish Bath Butler sampler for the bath, coffee, treats and other bonus perks.
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